Not showing the system only creates more buzz for E3. They know what they are doing. Besides, the internet isn't impressed by anything so who cares. I'm sure in the next decade there isn't going to be any more consoles anyway as streaming continues to change the way we consume media. I'm wondering whats going on at the GameStop headquarters right now. This could be their Blockbuster video moment
I've been holding this in for years and its finally time to come clean: Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 made me get a Sega Saturn. A week later I found out Mortal Kombat Trilogy was planned for Psx. Don't laugh
This will get the mothers and nannys to pipe down on video games once this study proves there isn't a correlation here. This is what social scientists get paid for so let them get to work and finally get video games and movies out of the gun debate. Is anyone actually worried they may find some kind of link between violence and video games?
I think the Dead Island franchise could be the game that tries to go beyond endless zombie kills. That first trailer they released definitely had the elements of a real emotional story unfolding but it kind of fizzled once it was released. It already has an rpg-like atmosphere to it. I have hope though. Just imagine a story like what we witnessed in Walking Dead in the world of that game
I just finished this and I finally understand why this game has gotten so much acclaim. I grew up on Resident Evil and have always enjoyed a good Zombie game but I don't think I could go back to enjoying another zombie game for its story after playing Walking Dead. I actually enjoyed Dead Island a lot but even the story there is not even in the same stratosphere as Walking Dead. So what do you guys think? Are developers and writers working going back to the drawing board? Maybe Left for Dead doesn't count, but I can't imagine producing a major Zombie theme game with out learning a lot from the way the story unfolded here